Ellie is an associate in the Boston office of Morrison Mahoney. She concentrates her practice in the areas of corporate and business law representing corporations, limited liability companies, partnerships, and sole practitioners in entity formation, corporate governance, and transactional work. She regularly drafts licensing, consulting, employment, shareholder, and non-compete agreements and counsels corporate clients in all aspects of business law including intellectual property issues, shareholder disputes, and entity dissolution.
In addition, Ellie practices in the commercial and business litigation group and represents individuals, businesses, and insurance companies involved in contract, employment labor relations, commercial lease, products liability, and premises liability disputes.
While in law school, Ellie served as the Executive Editor for the Suffolk University Law Review and was a teaching fellow in the Boston Public Schools where she taught constitutional law to high school students through the Marshall Brennan Constitutional Literacy Project.
- Drafted successful appellate brief upholding grant of directed verdict in a medical malpractice case in New Hampshire Supreme Court, which was affirmed in a full opinion
- “Containing Cell Phones? Restoring the Balance Between Privacy and Government Interests in Fourth Amendment Cell Phone Searches and Seizures,” 48 Suffolk U. L. Rev. 203 (2015)